General Sessions

General Sessions

Posted: Wednesday, December 5, 2012 8:00 pm

The following cases were disposed of Nov. 26-30 in Obion County General Sessions Court by Judge Jimmy Smith, or fines paid before scheduled court appearances, and were recorded in the dockets in the office of Obion County Circuit Court Clerk Harry Johnson.
The cases listed exclude routine traffic violations, civil cases and cases that are dismissed, unless dismissal is contingent upon costs being paid or other conditions. All others are published, including judicial diversions and deferred cases, without exception.
• Barbara Ashe — worthless checks (up to $500), dismissed on payment of costs.
• Tonia M. Brown — two counts of worthless checks (up to $500), dismissed on payment of costs.
• James T. Burress — four counts of worthless checks (up to $500), dismissed on payment of costs.
• Dennis R. Jones — public intoxication, dismissed on payment of costs.
• Alonzo Smith — worthless checks (up to $500), dismissed on payment of costs.
• Clifton E. Harrell — three counts of forgery, guilty of a lesser charge of three counts of worthless checks (up to $500).
• Phyllis Hester — Schedule II drugs/attempt, guilty of a lesser charge of simple possession/casual exchange.
• Stacey Wiley — worthless checks ($500-$1,000), guilty of a lesser charge of worthless checks (up to $500).
• James Joseph Bell — driving while license revoked, evading arrest, evading arrest flight/vehicle, joyriding/unauthorized use of auto/other vehicles, reckless driving, evading arrest and driving while license suspended, bound over to the grand jury.
• Charles R. Bolin — promoting methamphetamine manufacture and initiate manufacture of methamphetamine, bound over to the grand jury.
• Michael L. Bramlett — promoting methamphetamine manufacture, bound over to the grand jury.
• Sammy D. Butler — initiate manufacture of methamphetamine and Schedule II drugs, bound over to the grand jury.
• Mark R. Hinson — initiate manufacture of methamphetamine and initiation of process to result in manufacturing of meth, bound over to the grand jury.
• Michael Trent Simpson — simple possession/casual exchange and possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia, bound over to the grand jury.
• Seth L. Morgan — unlawful possession of a weapon and possession/distribution of intoxicating liquid by person under 21, judicial diversion.
• Cynthia Ann Ramirez — aggravated assault, judicial diversion.
• Dendrez Williams — theft (up to $500), judicial diversion.
• Shannon L. Bledsoe — driving while license suspended, deferred.
• James T. Burress — sale, loan or exhibition of material to minors, guilty as charged.
• William Grant Colbroth — theft of merchandise/shoplifting, guilty as charged.
• Jacob E. Crowell — unlawful possession of a weapon, guilty as charged.
• Lisa G. Gifford — simple possession/casual exchange, guilty as charged.
• Nicholas L. Kenton — probation violation, guilty as charged.
• Kenneth R. Kimmons — public intoxication, guilty as charged.
• Donna C. Michuda — cruelty to animals, guilty as charged.
• Michael Moore — Schedule II drugs, guilty as charged.
• Susan C. Tucker — financial responsibility law violation, guilty as charged.
• Yolanda D. Andrews — financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• John T. Eaves Jr. — financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Tracey Bernard Henry — driver to exercise due care, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Ezra L. Johnson — financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Angela R. Parish — driver to exercise due care, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Russell D. Rader — safety rules and regulations, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full.
• Scott Snarski — Tennessee license/30-day residency violation and financial responsibility law violation, guilty/traffic ticket paid in full. Published in The Messenger 12.5.12

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